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DAILY CTITAli JOURNAL, SAoKM, OREGON. MONDAY, A f GUST 1, 1010,
W. B. and Lavida Corsets, Ferris and Sahlin Good Sense Waists, Ladies Home Journal Patterns, Nettleton
Shoes, Thompson Bros.' Shoes, Pingree Shoes, Cygolf Shoes, Broadwalk Shoes. Large Red Placards Announce
Each Special Money Saving Event. Hundreds of Items Unadvertised.
MID-SUMMER CLEARING SALE--20 to SO Per Cent Reductions
Second Week of Our Price Splitting and
Giving Event. Economists and
Shrewd Shoppers Should Take Advantage
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THE STOKE AHEAD
Shop at Salem's Modern Store; large roomy
aisles, best service, Cleanest Merchandise to
choose from, Pay Less for Better Goods.
Attractive Summer Dresses Now
Clearing at 20 to 5Q0 Reductions
When you look over tho vast array of pretty Wash
Dresses for Women and blisses, you'll doubtless
conclude that you could hardly make garments as
neat and etyllsli, nor save anything In the at
tompt. Theso dresses are ono of the' most extra
ordinary values, yet shown this season. Thoy
are mado up oxtromoly and becoming and have an
nlr of oxcluslvenes that marks this storo a leader of
stylo and quality. Ladles of this town aro very for
tunato In having such high standard morchandlBe
placed on sale at such trifling prices. These are
the very latest ono-plcco drosses, with plain, pleated
or tunic effect skirts. Some aro elaborately
trimmed with Irish lace or hand embroidery; oth
ers mado vory plain. Wo Invite your Inspection of
these dresses--now on salo at
20 to 50o Reductions
Pongee Coats Less 1-3
Very Plain Tailored or Trimmed with Velvet
Collars and Cuffs
You can say: Hart-Schattner
and Marx Clothes
When you buy your next
suit, then you aro assured
that you aro going to be
ono of tho very beat-dressed
men In this town. There's
lots of good in One of these
suit, because they are made
from all-wool fabrics and
tallorod and designed In a
scientific way, in a clean,
sanitary shop. Wo arc of
fering every suit" In' this
house now at special prices
?10 values, clearing
at the low price of jjj 7.75
$15 values, clearing
at tho low prlceetaolnrdlmt
at tho low price of jj 9.75
?18 values, clearing'
at tho low price of j12.50
?20 values, clearing
nt the low price of 514.85
$22.50 values, clear
ing at tho low price
$25 values, clearing
at the low price of 16-50
$30 values, clearing
at tho low prlco of ft20 00
BOYS' WASH SUITS
JCopyrlj ht 1909 by ' j
Hirt 6cbffner & Mrx 9
in Price !
DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS
ARK PREPARING FOR CON
VENTION IN WHICH QUES
TIONS OP SUPREMACY OP IN
SURGENTS OR REGULARS
WILL BE FOUGHT OUT.
"Mothers take idvantago of this pecial offer. You cannot afford to waste time fussing
with the children's summer garments, when we have them
priced so low now ONE-THIRD LESS IN PRICE
nclpful need selected at random
PLAIN ELASTIC BELTING.
Brown, Green, White, Taupo and
Maizo priced at 2c to 4c an inch,
now clearing at exactly Une-Tiiird
Vory lato fad, to wear with shirt
waist and llngerio drcses, 65c to
$1.25 values, now clearing at exact
ly One-Half Less,
REISER WASH BELTS, LESS W
Plain and fancy ombroldorcd, with
dotachablo ends, largo variety of pret
ty bucles. Whon you say "Kelzor'o,"
it's miff sed. Prlco from 50c to $1.00.
Roducod, One-Fourth Less
AU fancy Belts less One-Third.
China Silk Waists Reduced One-Fifth
Thero's comfort In ono of those coo 1 waists theso hot days. They are as
light as a breeze, as airy as a cloud Extremely handsome, and a luxury
on a trip Into tho scorching down tqwn theso days. They come in Black
and White and Black and White pin stripes; nil sizes to choose from now
TWENTY PER CENT LESS THAN FORMER PRICES.
$3.50 Net Waists Extra Special at $2.48
These ar extraordinary values. Thoy aro lined with pure China silk;
button down tho front and trimmed with aldo ruffles and lace medal
lions; white and cream colors only. All size to choose from.
a this pecial clearing 'price, only.., 5j2-48
Finest hand luggage and traveling necessities in America. Look
at our large showing before starting on your vacation, 2l floor
Put your spare moments to bargain
hunting you can profit at this
MEN'S FELT HATS REDUCED
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT
The colors are Gray, Tan, Brown.
Navy, Plum, Drab, Cream and Black
In plain kettle and melton finish;
telescope, Fedora, Dent, Three
crease and Airedale styles; priced
from $2.00 up to $4.00; now clear
ing at One-Fourth Less in Price.
WEDNESDAY'S SURPRISE SALE
The Domestic Section offers to thrif
ty shoppers, next Wednesday, a
large assortment of Satin Quilts,
sold regularly at $2.50. Take your
choice, for Wednesday only.jl.(3
No phone orders received on sale at
8:30 p. m.
St. Louis Mo., Aua. 1. Republi
cans and Democrats ,are preparing
for the primaries tomorrow In
which stato and congressional nomi
nations will be made. In only one
district the 14th Is Insurgency a
distinct Issue. Thore Congressman
Crow, stand-patter, Is opposed by
David W. Hill. In the fourth and
eighth districts tho Renubllcans have
no candidates In the field. The
Democrats have candidates In every
The Democrats aro riiost Interest
ed In the elections here. They pre
dxt that the vote will bo unusually
heavy and they believe tho Demo
cratic vote will show a relative In
crease. In many of the districts It
Is said the vote will approximate
the full vote of the party.
Interest in Missouri politics, the
Democratic leaders say, has been
keen since the tariff question came
up and they point to the unusually
heavy vote at the special election In
the sixth district, when Congressman
D'ckinson was elected to All tho va
cancy caused by he death of David
A. Dearmond, to prove their asser
tlan that the Democrats nre deeply
Interested In the political 'situation
and are hopeful of vlctoryT
LOOK FOR, THE LARGE RED PLACARDSTHEY MEAN SOMETHING
At Elliot's, 221 South Commercial
troot. Phono 1243. 7-27-tf
Dressmaking and ladles' tailoring
nt tho stylo craft shop. 279 North
Commercial St. 8-11-tf
Cook With Gas
It's cheaper now than formerly.
Let us furnish this gas rnngo. AVo
connect themjreo. Buron & Hamil
ton. Bean Out for Senate
Louis E. Bean, of Eugono, Is n
candidate for senator from Lano
and Llun county, and this morning
filed his declaration with tho secre
tory of stato.
Webster Afcks for Re-EIcction
Danlol Wpbator Saturday after
noon fllod with tho County Clork Al
don his declaration of intention of
becoming a candidate for reelection
for tho office of justlco of tho peace.
Gutct Our for Commissioner
W. H. Goulot today fllod with
County Qlork Allen his declaration
of lntontion of becoming a candidate
for tho ofllco of county pommlsslon
er. Ho In a rosldont of Woodburn,
and in politics is a Republican,
A, fine 10-acro tract on 2 Mi miles
from Salem. It is tho beat fruit land
In the country, beautiful view. See
mo about this. Homer H. Smith,
"room 6, McCornack building. Phono
McCnmant Files Declaration
Wallace McCammant today fllod
with the secretary of utnto his dec
laration of Intention of becoming n
candidate for tho supromo court
bench. Ho asks to havo printed at
tor his name, "Republican Assembly
Gait Yon Buy
Much good Improved land noar
Sublimity, Oregon at fCB per acra.
No, you cannot. For n short time,
liowover, I havo a HO-acro farm ana
milo from Sublimity at $05 per acre.
This prlco inoludos the orop until
harvested. Seo me at onee about
this, as It will sot last Ionic- Homer
II. Hraltb, room 5, MoCornaok bldg.
Phone P6. 7-13-tf
At Elliot's, 221 South Commercial
streot. Phone 1243. 7-27-tf
A Gas Range
Will savo you many dollnrs in fuel
and will pinko your kitchen work
lightor. Call and seo our lino of gas
goods. Buron & Hamilton,
Ono of tho Finest
Housos in Salom has been placed
In my hands to soli. Tho salo must
bo mado soon, therefore tho prlco is
reasonable Seo mo about this bo
foro it is gone. Homer H. Smith,
room 5, McCornack bldg. Phone 96.
Laid Up For Repairs Again
I want to nnnounco to my regular
oustomora that I cannot do any
moro grinding for n whllo. Satur
day, July 23, I slipped and fell on
tho Iron stairs In tho U. S. Bank
building and hurt my right kneo
so I havo boon confined to my bed
slnco that tlmo. W. D. Pottlngoll.
You Will Never
Know tho Joy of having n gas
wntor tank heater until you havo
ono. Wo connoot thorn to gas and
water free. Heats n bath In 10 mln
utoa. Buron & Hamilton.
Wants To Ro Representative
Aloxandor Stowart, of Moslor, has
filed his declaration of Intention o
becoming a candidate for tho houso
of representatives from District 24,
which embruces Hood River and
Burnett Files Declaration
Judge Goorgo II. Burnett, who
was rocommonded by tho stato as
sembly for tho position of suproma
court judgo today filed his declara
tion of Intention with tho secretary
of stato. Ho asks to havo printed
aftor hie nnmo tho words, "Repub
lican Assembly recommendation."
Thank Thcr Many Friends
Mrs. W. H. King and sons with to
thank tholr many friends for their
kindness and sympathy and ths
ninny beautiful Moral offerings dur
ing the Illness and death of their
husband and father.
Slnirlnur Kvu nirfllutu will ttluu at
the cornet' of itite mill t iinuiieivli, l
K'lvctx lotttnlii it 7:''" The) mmi :
ttt Quia by park Sunday. Salem poo
pie will enjoy hntiiig ume gilUM
UNITED riUCSB UOiBED WHS.
Seattle, Wash., Aug. 1. An-in-quest
will bo held this afternoon
over tho body of Florenco Stroblo,
30, shot and killed Inst night whllo
calling on hor divorced husband,
Charles Lyts, from whom she had
beon sopnrntod twoyears.
Tho couplo had become reconciled
and woro about to bo remarried.
Lyts declares the shooting was nn
nccidont and tho pollco, after hear
ing his story concluded not to taka
him Into custody.
Lyts had beon .cleaning his revol
ver nnd rifle. Ho thought the rifl-i
was not loaded and had loft It on a
tnblo. Tho six-year-old son of Lyt3
and his formor wlfo knocked the
rlflo from tho tnblo, discharging It.
Tho bullet struck Mrs. Stroblo In
sldo as sho stood In an adjoining
room placing a disk on a phono
graph. Sho died nt a hospital lator
in tho evening while surgeons were
attempting to cut out tho bullet,
(Continued from Page 1.)
of the riots could not be ascer
tained by tho rangers today. In
many cases tho negroes who were
shot were burned todny. A few
woro drowned and their bodies have
not yet been recovered.
(Continued from Pago 1.)
teo from the unions met yesterday.
No willingness on tho part of em
ployers to arbltrato tho teamstors'
strike was roportod, Wo Instructed
tho socrotarlcs of tho various locals
to writo to their International organ
izations, asking what would bo tho
nature of tho support glvon In caso n
general sympathetic walkout was rcc
omraondod, "Tho Joint committee, of which !
am a member, did not rocommend n
goneral strike. There aro in Portland
8000 union men, according to con
servative estimate ready to respond
to a call for a general walkout."
A committee of business mon spent
a largo part of today distributing
open shop curds, nmong retail mor
elmnts and others. Tills was In ac
cordance with Iiiitruetlons reeelvod by
tiic committee at a meeting whlehi
wit held at neon Saturday.
Negroes Aro Terrified;
Palestine, Tex., Aug. 1. Though
quiet has been restored at Elkhart
and Slocum, where raco rioting 'oc
curred Saturday, troops aro todny
patrolling tho section to prevent a
recurrence of disorder. Eighteen
ncgroos shot dovln by whites, wore
burlod yesterday, according to re
ports recolved hero today, and It Is
belloved that many others wove
killed. So mo estimates place the
number of blacks' shot to death as
high as 40. Twenty others, It is
said, wore fatally wounded. No
whites were killed, according to lat
Tho section where tho rioting oc
curred Is being patrolled by rnngers
and by a company of cavalry sent
from Austin. The blacks aro panto
strioken nnd aro In hiding, while the
whites aro Inflamed and It is feared
that tho raco war may broak out
Tho Anderson county grand Jury
has beon summoned and will begin
today an Investigation of the wholo
affair. Four whltos havo been nr
roatcd In connection with the shoot
ing, and this has further Incensed
the white population.
Those under arrest will be closely
guarded to prevent any attempt to
take thorn forcibly from tho Jails.
Tho riot started, It Is declared,
ovor a trifling debt. A quarrel fol
lowed and a negro was shot, Tho
incident aroused the whites and the
negroes were hunted llko animals.
Heavily armed whites searched tho
country for negroes and shot them
down without mercy.
place where he said tho neighbor
lived. A short distance from the
house he sprang on Mrs. Gibson.
She fought desperately but the ne
gro stabbed her with a knife. Her
little brother heard the cries and
ran to help her. The negro drew a
razor and slashed the lad.
Walker left tho woman dying and
tho boy severely wounded nnd went
to the cottage of Jesse Brown, col
ored. He opened tho window anil
fired at Brown, severely wounding
him. Then, at tho point of his re
volver, ho forced Mrs. Brown to
leave tho houso and accompany
him, and fled toward a swamp.
A mob gathered when the story
of tho attack became known and
followed Walker. Ho was foimd to
day hiding In tho swamp. The
Brown woman was not with hlnl.
It Is not likely there will bo any
race trouble here.
! Stubbs Goes Over to Regulars.
I Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 1. It is
! rumored here today that Governor
SJubbs, of Kansas City, has formed
! a coalition with the regu'ars and
has agreed to support them In to
I morrow's primaries in return for
their support of the governor. Tho
report has caused great surprls'
here, as Stubbs was regarded as an
out and out Insurgent. Stubbs has
aided the insurgent candidates for
congress. It is now reported that hs
has agreed to help Anthony and the
other regulars. Stubbs claims he
will carry the election by 20,000.
Tom Wagstaff, who Is opposing
Stubbs, claims the victory by 15,
000. It is believed here that at least
three of tho regulars will be de
feated. The insurgents predict vie
tory in every district.
John II. McNary and Chas, L. Mc
Nary, the woll known attorneys of
this city are both laid up with colds,
but will be at their business nuln
In a few days.
Miss Mary Hcnnlgan, clerk to
County Superintendent Smith, Is en
Joying a vacation with her parents,
who resldo near tho city.
Miss Isabella Ackerman. has re
turned from Cascadia, where she
spent her summer vacation.
Miss DeEtta Brodle, of Portland,
has accepted a position ns stenog
rapher in the state engineering de
partment. Sho succeeds Miss Lull
Conover, who will depart In the near
future for New York.
Fire Insurance Society
Frank Meredith, Psident Agent
Itnnm in Iliicl. llinil.- Itlk. Knlem. Or.
MONEY TO LOAN
'JLH.OS. K. FORD
Over Lndd & Hush Hank, Salem, Or. .
X fi Hi H: H .f : h- .1
FOR SALE First class nowspapei-
folding machine 4-C-8-10 or II
pages folded at once up to a fult
sized 7 column paper. Cheap If"
taken soon. Speed 1800 to 2000
per hour. Inquire Journal Salem,
FOR SALE A modern 6-room cot
tage, on nn Improved corner lot.
50x107; ono of the finest locations
in the city. This place has all
aodorn plumbing, bath, toilet,
lavatory, etc., connected with
sower. Fireplace, beamed ceiling,
cabinet kitchen and all up-to-date,
conveniences. The location is ex
cellent. Easy payments. Homer
II. Smith, room 5 McCornack.
building. Phone 90. 6-22-tf
FOR SALE The following land has
been placed in my hands to sell:
10,000 acres of farming land, lo
cated In Morrow and Gilliam coun
ties; 80 acres of land, 1G miles
from Spokane, Wash.; 192 acresi
near Whitman, Wash., and 1100
acres in Columbia county, Wash..
For particulars and informatio
call on or write me at the Journal!
office, Salem, Ore. R. M. Hofer.
WHILE AVORKING ON NIGHT
SniFT AT PENITENTIARY
RRI C K Y A R D YESTERDAY
MORNING GETTING OF LAST
KILN OF RRICK, HE JLYKE3
HIS GET-AWAY REWARD OF
FERED FOR CAPTURE.
The way to bltta lie net In bedi
J of down. Quarlee.
Negro Fiend Is Killed.
AIoxls Ala., Aug. 1. Bill Walker,
a negro, was shot to death and his
body burned today by a mob that
pursued him nftor ho assaulted and
fatally wounded Mrs. Nettie Gibson,
whlto; s.lnsh4d her brother with a
razor, shot another nogro and made
his victim's wife ilea with him.
. Mrs. GlUon was the wife of the
u perl ut end en t of the farm on which
Walker worked The neirrxi lured
Iter li.'i.i the lum.-. Ii U'hitg her
that a neighbor had died.
Walker li the way toward thJ
MRS WALLING COMES BACK
A BOOSTER FOR SALEM
Mrs. Mary A. Walling and family,
who resided hero about three years
ago, became dissatisfied, sold out and
moved to Boise, Idaho, thinking Mint
a bettor placo to live and to rear her
family. Aftor residing there some
tlmo she changed hor mind, and now
Is back to Salem to stay, and will
hereafter be a booster for tho Wil
lamette valley. Mrs. A. Walling and
family are relatives of tho Day
West Salem Transfer
Connects with all trains at
West Salem for Dallas, Falls
City and Salem.
Leaves Journal ofllco tor
West Salem at 8 a. m.,
12 m 1:10 p. in. and 3;30 p,
m. every day except Sunday.
Also for Independence, Mon
mtiuth and McMlnnvllle.
Leaves Sunday at 12 m.,
and 4:15 p. mi
Calls at hotels on request.
Telephone or leave orders at
Capital Journal ofllee any day
but Sunday. Phone 33.
J. B. Underwood, Mgr.
Robert" Davis, who was sentenced
to serve a term of two years In the
state penitentiary from Clatsop coun
ty for tho crime of assault with a
dangerous weapon, escaped from the
Institution yesterday morning, and
while officers throughout the coun
try have been notified to keep a vigi
lant lookout for him, he has not yet
Davis was received at the Instltu-
; tlon on July 2 of this year. When
J ho escaped he was working as a
trusty in the brick yard and was on
I the night shift under Delbert Bur-
j ton, foromnn. A reward of $25 Is
being offered by the superintendent
I for his arrest.
He Is 37 years of age; five feet
G4 Inches in height nnd weighs,
I ICS pounds. His complexion is fair,
i the hair light brown, eyes browu
nnd carriage erect. The head Is
bald below the crown, ears promi
nent, nose short, eyebrows heavy
chin prominent. There' are four
small cut scars outside right eye
brow, a cut car on right side of tho
crown of the head and another on
tho inside of tho left wrist.
His occupation is that of an upholsterer.
FOR SALE A fine lot on south
east corner of 24th nnd Trade Sts...
high and dry, 60xl92';6. Thi3 ls
a dandy. $400, $25 down, bal-
nnPft CIO not mnnth TJam. t t
w Yw liUlUwl Xl-
Smith, Room 5, McCormack build
FOR SALE Span of large mules,
cheap, at Hammer's sawmill, 3 miles:
west of Down's Station, North.
PACIFIC LODGE, NO. 50, A. F. &;
A. M. Masonic hall, third Friday
each month, at 7:3 Op. m. Franlc.
A. Turner, W. M.; Lot. L Pearce
BOY REFORJIER WHO
SHOT SEATTLE GAMBLER
COMJntTED TO ASYLUM.
UNITED TRESS &4SS WISE. i
Seattle, Wash., Aug. 1. Wallace
Busell, who shot and killed Jno
Bonner, owner of the Monte Carlo
saloon, In a lone raid on gambling
In tho tenderloin district two
months ago, was today taken to a
private sanitarium at Longmont,
California. Russell has been In ths
state aeylum at Stellaeoom for sev
eral weeks. Buell had not been
mentally right for several years and
the subject of reform had become a
'i ii ' with h'm.
AVould-Bo Rapist Lynched.
Cairo, Ills., Aug. 1. An investiga
tion of tho lynching of -a negro
caught In the bedroom of tho daugh
ter of John Wade, a whlto farmer
living near here, is being conduct!
by tho authorities today. The eii'l
entered her room and, hearing the
negro, screamed. The black became
frightened. He tried to escape but
the g'rl'A cies brought help and th
negro crawled under the bed. He
was dragged out and taken from the
houso. In a few minutes a crowd,
gathered and the negro was quick
ly strung up to a tree.
The lynching has created consld- .
erable excitement, recalling the
murder of Anna Pel'ly at Cairo and'
tho lynching of Will James, tho ne
gro accused .of the crime. Race
feeling has been aroused.
THREE ROYS ARE KILLED
DURING MARCH OF SOLDIERS-
American Lako, Tacoma, Wash.r
Aug. l. Three soldiers met death on
the 200-mile hike undertaken by
practically all the regular troops now
in camp horefor the army maneuv
Musician Anson, of Company I, Sec
ond batnlllon, second infantry, was
drawnod In the Missourl-rlver nt Fort
Benton, .Mont., while attempting to -swim
Private Turner, of Company Fr.
Second battalion, Fourteenth Infant
ry, was crossing tho Missoula river at
Fort Missoula, when a gust of wind'
blew off his hat. Ho attempted to
grab it, and fell from tho brldgs,
breaking his back. He died later.
Prlvato Bergen, company M, Four
teenth Infantry, wns struck by a lim
ited train at Heron, Mont., and was-,
Oldest Sailor Now 101.
Seattle, Aug. 1. The nrmy trans-
port DIx soUed for Manila today
with a oargo of army niulee, cavalry
horses and army supplier. Que or
her passengers Is Donls Ascuora. a
Flllpiuo sailor, agl 1U years aatf
six months, whose birth dto is re
corded In the Catholic church nt